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The Orange-fin Anemonefish (Amphiprion chrysopterus) lives between the tentacles of several anemone species where it feeds on zooplankton and algae.
The Orange-fin Anemonefish has a moderately deep, compressed body. The body is brown to black with two white to blue bars. The dorsal fin is orange to yellow and the tail is white. There is some variation in the colouration of the anal fin across the geographic range of this species. The anal fin of Australian fish is black.
The Orange-fin Anemonefish looks similar to the Barrier Reef Anemonefish and Clark's Anemonefish.
The Barrier Reef Anemonefish is a lighter colour than the Orange-fin Anemonefish and its anal fin is never black. The Barrier Reef Anemonefish is much more common than the Orange-fin Anemonefish.
Clark's Anemonefish has a wider bar on the side of the body and almost always a third bar across the tail base.